Freddy Franz, One of the smartest men of his day????

by DwainBowman 70 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • OrphanCrow

    "...according to, The GuinnessBook of Records , Freddy Franz, was listed as one of the seven, most intelligent , men in the world."

  • Marvin Shilmer
    Marvin Shilmer

    Freddy Franz not only talked to his shoes, his shoes answered him back with astounding theological insights!!!

    If nothing else the crap he wrote had sole!

  • LoveUniHateExams

    Please could somebody tell me if Fred Franz was an Oxford scholar or not.

  • Terry
    I searched the database of Guiness Book of World Records. I can't find anything. Do you have a more direct link?
  • redpilltwice

    He should have been listed as a man with an unparalleled overactive imagination!

  • redpilltwice

    Please could somebody tell me if Fred Franz was an Oxford scholar or not.

    LoveUniHateExams, maybe this is helpful?

  • LoveUniHateExams

    Thanks, Redpill, that fully answers my question.

    Fred Franz wasn't an Oxford scholar ...

  • AndersonsInfo

    A few years ago, I was told by a reporter, who at one time worked for the Times magazine, an interesting story. This reporter interviewed Franz when he became president of the WTB&TS in 1977 which story did appear in the Times. He said to me that in all his years as a reporter interviewing "important" people, after spending one hour with Freddie, he came away with the impression that Fred Franz was "certifiable insane."


  • stan livedeath
    stan livedeath
    was franz a frustrated wannabee lumberjack ?
  • steve2
    The contrast between Fred Franz and his nephew Ray Franz could not have been greater. Fred did not have to rely on his own efforts at self-promotion because he had a ready band of "admirers' who did it for him. Ray epitomised humility, a respectful outlook and a desire to keep learning.

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